South Turkeyen four-a-side football tournament on today

The South Tukeyen Sports Committee and Bannas Foundation will today run off a pre-emancipation Champion of Champions four-a-side small goal and penalty shootout from the 8:00 hours at the Meadow Brook Basketball Court.

An entrance fee of $6000 is required to enter the tournament while each team is allowed to field a squad of seven players.

Winners will receive trophies donated by Tent City, Trophy Stall, Bannas Foundation and the South Turkeyen Sports Community. The organizers are Johnny `Overseas’ Barnwell, Kevin Walcott and Wesley Tyndal.

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